Best For: High Rise Lovers, Shoppers, Live at the Office Types, High-End Restaurant Goers
About The Loop
Named for the El tracks that encircle the heart of downtown, The Loop extends throughout downtown, putting you in the heart of the action. Michigan Avenue, Steak Houses, the Riverwalk, and much more - it’s all right at your fingertips. As is, for many, the office - making the commute to the office quite nice.
Loud and bustling during the week, The Loop ironically quiets over the weekend, making it a bit easier for those living in it’s high rises to navigate Maggie Daley Park, get over to Pritzker Pavilion for a concert, or catch the bus to the United Center for a Bulls or Hawks game.
High rise rents can be pricey given it’s proximity but often come fully loaded with many onsite amenities, much like the rest of loop. If you’re looking for a quick walk to the office or convenient shopping and are okay with the fast paced noise of downtown, The Loop may be a great option.
Living in The Loop
Learn more about schools, local reviews, safety, commuting, demographics, and developments.
See what it's like to live in the Loop neighborhood of Chicago with reviews and statistics on crime, real estate, and cost of living.
Eating in The Loop
Where are the best and hottest new restaurants?
Browsing all of The Loop, Chicago, IL - Wildberry Pancakes and Cafe, Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Park, The Gage, The Purple Pig, Cafecito, The Cloud Gate, Do-Rite Donuts & Coffee, The Dearborn, Cindy's